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are californians. ben tracy is in our los angeles newsroom. ben? >> reporter: scott, there are more than 5.5 million people in california that are uninsured, the largest in the country. it was always expected that california would enroll the most people in obamacare. california was also the first state to set up a health care exchange and got hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding to build the system that is now known as covered california. now, the goal here in the golden state is to enroll up to 700,000 people in private health plans by april 1. so far, 35,000 people have signed up, so at the current pace, it would take more than a year and a half to reach that goal. however, today the head of covered california did say those enrollments are picking up. he said since november 1, 2000 people a day are signing up and that is double the pace of october. >> pelley: been, thanks very much. now back to the technical problems with healthcare.gov. some of the administration's top computer experts appeared today before a house committee that was demanding to know what went wrong. nanc
with details in the shooting at los angeles international airport that left a tsa agent dead. as cell phone video from inside that terminal really shows you the chaos that unfolded. check this out. >> on the floor! on the floor now! on the floor! >> imagine if you were there. hundreds of folks in the moments just after the 23-year-old accused gunman opened fire inside that airport. police are saying the suspect shot the tsa agent at point blank range before turning his gun on the crowd. and returning to shoot the agent again. there were at least five other people injured in friday's shooting. we go now live outside l.a.x. with the latest. dominic, i can't imagine things could return to normal today, but are they? >> they are to some extent. all of the terminals are open including terminal 3 where the incident took place. you can check this for flights there and some of the airlines are not letting people directly to those gates, but getting them on their planes elsewhere. looking quiet behind me at terminal 1, but it is early sunday morning. late last night we heard from the fbi saying wh
, a gunman shot a federal security worker to death at los angeles international airport and wounded at least two other people. the attack touched off chaos as rescue workers rushed to get the victims away, and travelers took refuge outside if they could. airport police chief patrick gannon said there was no warning. >> an individual came into terminal three of this airport, pulled a assault rifle out of a bag and began to open fire in the terminal. he proceeded up into the screening area where t.s.a. screeners are and continued shooting and went past the screeners back into the airport itself. >> woodruff: the gunman ultimately shot it out with police and, apparently, was wounded before being captured. the associated press identified him as 23-year-old paul ciancia of the los angeles area. for a time, the incident caused the federal aviation administration to ground all departures from l.a.x. flights bound there from other cities were ordered not to take off. iraqi prime minister nouri al- maliki appealed today for u.s. help against violent attacks by al-qaeda militants. he wound up a washin
on "the willis report." ♪ gerri: all that and more coming up. first, the latest from los angeles and the shooting at lax which left one tsa agent dead and questions about airport security across the country. flights have been delayed and canceled as a result of the situation. officials at lax say all flights in and out of the airport are still delayed. with us now from a welcome back to the show. very good to see you. i read that the person responsible for this brought a rifle through a security checkpoint, which makes me wonder tonight even if the first tee off -- tsa officer to die in the line of duty today, are we safe? if you can bring a gun, and assault rifle through a security checkpoint, are we safe? >> well, he brought it to a security checkpoint, like a crowded shopping center just as easily. there is no defense against someone who was to blast his way through something. police know that this is a crazy person, not a terrorist. i do not know how we can defend ourselves against that. i really don't. gerri: cold comfort because it is really just a road mafor a terrorist at
at los angeles international airport. alleged shooter paul has apparently told police he acted alone. he is under armed guard at a los angeles hospital. he is facing hurt chars for the death of tsa agent. gerardo hernandez, a father of two. the only tsa officer ever killed in the line of duty. the terrifying moments were caught on video by a photographer with "tmz." you can see passengers running for their lives. we'll speak to an eyewitness. first we go to adam housley live at los angeles international airport with more. adam? >> reporter: that agent hernandez is being remembered here as someone nice, always smiled, a father, a husband. here in los angeles it has been quite a few days as you might imagine. people here are very upset about what happened. a lot of coworkers here whether they knew him or not feeling for him and his family. they already have a couple of memorials. as you come into lax if you have not been here before, there are a couple of pillars they have, four or five out front a art project that sets off the airport and they change colors. in honor of him they were illu
ciancia.me. he lists his residence in los angeles. this is his family home in pennsville, new jersey, not too far from philadelphia in pennsylvania. the cops are there talking toia. the family. they're telling us now that they say paul ciancia, the allegedhot shooter in the lax shooting thio morning, 23-year-old, was suicidal, that he talked to the family about suicide, that theau father had tried to file a f missing person's report and in the end he wasn't allowed to because his son was too old ford that. flights are now coming into los angeles international airport. this is flight tracker we're watching. this is a pacific flight from hong kong allowed to land. things are getting more back top normal in los angeles. m more on the suspect, the familyo investigation as get it from the fox news desk.us from the fox news desk.us "the five" continues right afted this with amazing rewards. with the spark cascard from capital one, i get 2% cash back on ery purchase, every day. i break my back around here. finally soone's recognizing me with unlimited rewards! meetings start at 11, cindy. [
in los angeles. >> people in our age group are more concerned with finances than wellbeing. it's tough. i don't know if that video gets that point across. >> that video, featuring actress jennifer hudson spoofing "scandal" was produced by a comedy website. hollywood executives and entertainers were enlisted in july to sel young people an obamacare. "funny or die" is volunteering time or resources to produce 20 videos prom gs obamacare. a -- promoting obamacare. the white house is getting comments on social media. >> i like videos like this. they make light of a serious situation. and maybe reach on audience that wouldn't know about things like this. >> according to the asserted press the obama administration is reportedly spending $684 million on publicity marking and advertising. much for their ad campaigns. the anti-obamacare camp is using the same tactic. generation opportunity, which received $5 million from the conservative billionaire coke brothers, 750,000 of which was earmarked for anti-obamacare initiatives produced this video. >> the video urges young people to opt out of bare ,
. >> the shooting at los angeles international airport, the gunman talked with police moments after the rampage. cincinnati tolds them he acted alone, the admission coming after he was shot by officers. paul ciancia killed a t.s.a. employee on friday. he's in critical condition and under 24 hour civil rans. >> a record number of runners ran in the new york city marathon. tighter security was in place in the night of boston marathon. the race was cancelled last year because of superstorm sandy. >> those are the head lines, "real money" with ali velshi is up next. why howard buffet, son of one of the world's richest men prefers blue jeans and a corn field to suits and ties in a boardroom. i'm ali velshi, this is "real money" >> this is "real money", you are the important part of the show. tell us what you think. the roll out of obamacare insurance exchanges is off to a bad start. you know that. newly released documents reveal a handful of people signed up for insurance on 1st october the the day they opened for business. by the second day it was 248. to those that tried and failed to sign up usin
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of gerardo hernandez. he is the tsa officer killed friday in the los angeles shooting. the suspect, paul ciancia, reportedly told police he acted alone. he has been charged with murdering a federal officer. he could face the death penalty if convicted. >>> birmingham is back open this morning after a bomb threat. an employee found a note containing the threat in a bathroom. bomb squad technicians searched the facility and police confirmed nothing was found. flights were diverted or delayed during the two hour shutdown. >>> the trial of egyptian president mome mohammed morsi was adjourned the first day of the trial because of the defendant chanting. egypt's official news agency says morris say arrived by helicopter at a police academy. he is be being charged with incitement of violence and murder. he was previously being held in an unknown military location. >>> well the president is going to hit the road this week and trying to improve the image of his healthcare plan. he is going to meet with volunteers in dallas. >> this comes as 55% of americans say they now have enough information to
at los angeles international airport. this is video from inside the terminal where a lone gunman orlando with a semiautomatic rifle opened fire yesterday, killing tsa agent and injuring at least five other people. according to police, the 23-year-old suspect who is now in custody had suicidal thoughts and was on a mission to, quote, kill as many as tsa agents as possible. dominic dinatale joins us live from the scene at lax with the latest. dominic? >> reporter: hey there, arthel. yeah, absolutely. sinister messages inside that note is what we're hearing. he was targeting not just the tsa, but apparently also the police. in that note he said he didn't want to hurt innocent civilians, but however, he railed apparently against the government, the dysfunctional government and apparently pinpointed certain individuals within government. details of that coming out in the f.b.i. press conference in a short period of time, about 4:00 o'clock local time. we've photo of the ar-15 that the suspect is believed to have used. that is an ar-15 lying on the floor in the photo. that was taken a short wh
. hernandez was shot at the los angeles international airport. two other t.s.a. agents and a californian people were hurt in the attack. >> a deal signed off between american airlines and u.s. airlines - we have more. >> wheels up, merger of a carrier and americans allowed to take off after closed-door negotiations. >> it will eliminate overlapping routes that us air will share. it will make a more efficient airline. planes under sold on certain roots will be at capacity, driving the prices down. >> the department of justice, six state attorneys general and the district of columbia sued to stop the merger, concerned it would hurt consumer choice. they mild a lawsuit arguing that it should be scrapped on the grounds that if it went ahead 80% of u.s. aviation would be in the hands of four companies. but now the u.s.-american deal is back on. there's a price to pay for the mega-airline. landing slots and gates at several major airports including dozens at regan national apart and laguardia must be gip up to win anti- -- be given up to win antitrust approval. more access will be given in bos
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're live in los angeles with the latest at one of the nation's busiest airports. >>> we start with a fox extreme weather alert on a deadly storm system slamming the southwest. at least five people have been killed so far as a powerful system has already brought rain, ice and freezing temperatures from southern california to texas and is now making its way east. meteorologist janis dean with more. >> this is going to be our weather maker as we head into the busiest travel day of the year for the east coast. across the four corners, we're getsing heavy rain, very gusty winds, and some higher elevation snow. in some cases, over a foot of snow. look at these temperatures. dropping into the 20s, even the teens in the overnight and into tomorrow. a very cold system. in some cases, 30 degrees below average. as we stretch into texas. look at the pink on your map here. the potential for freezing rain and/or sleet tomorrow into monday, which could make travel next to impossible in and around the dallas area. your forecast precipitation, again, we could see lower elevations getting several inches o
was overburdened. one woman in los angeles had to cover a people a day -- eight people a day. if you have driven around los angeles, that is not easy to do. the people doing the vetting, obviously in the case of snowden, he slipped through the cracks. when you use contractors, there may be a tendency to use contractors to that the contractors. to vet the contractors. it's a tempting idea to get outside people. i am not sure it's working very well. host: we have a couple of minutes left. he wrote exclusive story for "smithsonian." a soviet spy had tipped off the fbi agency and set off with david weiss calls the most self- destructive investigation in fbi history. barry, massachusetts. hi, barry. caller: with the thousands of witnesses, architects, engineers, explosive experts that have come out providing evidence that the 9/11 commission is more fiction than fact, why haven't the public figures come out and demanded a new investigation because this is not opinion. it is physics. it is scientific fact that we are being lied to. guest: have you looked -- host: have you looked into the 9/11 attacks
to the bottom of the situation starts when he meets with martin in los angeles. >> i'm really disturbed by it because i care about the dolphins and players and johnson and martin and i care about our fans and hearing all this and it's been something very upsetting because it goes against something i really believe in and to hear charges and being part of it is something i find, something i can't live with. >> what needs to be done going forward after all of the stuff that has come out over the few weeks?. >> the nfl needs to complete the investigation and people want to see it and i want to see it and the coach wants to see it. because they all really care and are involved and so much being said and who knows what is true and what is not. with that being said, you know, personally i want to make sure that the type of racial slurs, harassment, you know, bullying doesn't occur in our team and our locker room or have anything to do with it. so i really thought you know i know what i would do, my first reaction is you can't come down on people because first of all you hear a lot of differen
like to mention, andrew, who i hope i get to meet. i mention them all the time. he is from los angeles. was frustrated and spent some 300 -- three hours trying to navigate the website him in california and was not pleased he had to wait three hours. after three hours, he ended up saving $6,000. while no one should have to wait three hours to find out if they will qualify for quality affordable health care, everyone wants to save $6,000 and that is why we're here. we want americans to save money on health insurance and we want the millions of americans who could never say they could afford to buy health insurance let alone save money, have access to the doctors and hospitals, so important for their children and themselves. we are here to say we will do everything we can to make our health security law work and work well. is an opportunity to improve it, we will work with the president and our colleagues in congress to make that happen. understand speaker banner the bill theed house republican majority will put him a floor of the house tomorrow is not for the purpose of improving the new
with the los angeles police department? -- and airport by radio? >> yes. >> so there is communication? >> yes. >> i want to -- at some point provide you information that says that is not the case. and i want to make sure that we are on the same wavelength for that. by communicate -- i talk about radio not telephone not panic button. >> yes. >> but radio. >> yes. let me go through the court nation center for tsa with the police as pot-friendly -- a opposed to an officer around the corner they direct contact to. maybe we can clarify that. do tso have radio? >> the macker yes. was there a supervisor or manager on duty? >> yes. >> did the supervisor or manager call on the radio? >> no. the supervisor picked up the dedicated line as lirmly red phone to call in and as they were getting ready to speak. in watching the video she drops the phone and runs because the shooter is coming up the escalator having fired additional rounds and so she didn't stay. >> the radio was not -- >> no. >> okay. doctor this vali
month before this tragic incident occurred. it was signed my the president of the los angeles peace officer association and the president of the port authority association. in a response dated october 12, 2012 john pistole agreed both merited further discussion. i request the committee include the airport police officer letter and ad ministration john pistole letter. the fix post method requires a police station to be stationed at the passenger screening checkpoint. the flexible response method allows the police to roam the surrounding area but they are recognize to respond to a problem within a specified program. the letter explained it is impossible for a police officer to respond to a problem with the officer is responding for patrolling an entire terminal. the letter recommends this be a standard for all major airports and would require an officer within 300 feet. lax police officers did provide fix post and roaming police officers at the time the letter was written. and last april, six months after john pistole agreed to discuss the issue, a discussion was made to wave the fixe
of the country. i would expect it's going to be sweaters and stuff that keeps you warm. what about los angeles? >> so a lot of the west is, especially in the weekend, is going to be near seasonal, maybe even a little bit warmer. but that being said, you know, there's still opportunities pretty much throughout the united states. but the biggest opportunity, frankly, is in the consuming east, in the midwest where most of those items are sold, those cold weather items. but it does still get cold in los angeles, seattle, so they will sell sweaters and fleece and other items as well. weather's all local. adam: so the cold weather, does that make us part with our money from your statistics any more rapidly than when it's warm? >> it does. you know, it's all about need-based purchasing. so when thewet's warm, we might think about maybe not buying a cold weather item, maybe electronics. but when the weather's cold, it impacts what goes in your basket. so this weekend for folks that are out looking for gifts and it's cold outside, they're going to be looking for those gift-giving items, blankets and bo
that effect you? >> at that point in time, i was already stationed in los angeles and that's when all the deployment started would everywhere stationed in wbelot also known as. >> when did you face enemy fire. >> every sing get day he crew chief say we are under attack. that's all we could do was chug our duffle bags immediately we took cover in bunkers. that day, january 16th, when that bomb landed right by me and took me out, hit me on the left side hit me in the face and took out my eyes and my jaws. >> can i see you without the sunglasses? >> yes. >> i have extensive reconstruction con to my face and also my jaw, they did bone graphing. >> did you have a big support system? >> when i came home i had no support system whatsoever. i think that was very hard. from germany they shipped me to walter reid. i never saw -- i never saw anybody to be honest with you. >> that's troubling. >> i was asked one time why wasn't i eating my food in front of me? and i told them what food? >> do you feel you are neglected by the medical professionals at walter reid? >> at that time, yes, absolutely.
that part of los angeles airport has been evacuated because of an unknown incident. part of terminal three, in fact, terminal three we understand has been evacuated. not a lot of details, however, you know, passengers have reported that they have been kicked out of terminal three. these are live pictures coming into us now. you can see a tsa agent there in the royal blue shirt and a couple of, apparently, law enforcement officers assisting him. we don't, again, have a great deal of information. this is about 45 minutes ago all started, and you can see from the body language that they're moving pretty quickly. jenna: he's holding up his hand, it's hard to tell if he's injured, but it's difficult to know from this vantage point, we're seeing exactly what you're seeing as well, this is our live shot from our affiliate out there. there have been some reports of shots fired, but we have nothing officially on the record, so it's difficult to understand the circumstances. but we do have reports from passengers that they have been evacuated from the terminal. quite early out there, 9:45 in the mor
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and that is one in the wealth magnets of los angeles, new york, and boston. there is something going on here with government, apparently. and women have officially recovered all the jobs they lost during the recession, men have not. there are a record 67.5 million women now working, up from the peak of 67.4 million in 2008. the dow jones hitting 16,000 for the first time in today's trading, closing at 39 record of the year. markets retreated after carl ichan said that he was very cautious on everything needs a big drop on. this includes management's efforts to boost results. my next guest disagrees and says the markets will continue to move higher. joining us now is the chief equity strategist and portfolio manager bob dahl, good to have you with us. >> thank you for having me and good evening. >> this is a rare time, 39 record high closures, 16,000 in the day-to-day, please give us your outlook on the market. >> people making the logical case. the past that, we have an environment where we have federal reserve monetary policy, which is supportive and we have an economy that is graduates wa
's trip is arruably to raise cash and lots of it. sending four fund-raisers in both san francisco and los angeles with a democratic national committee and house and senate democrats. the president tried to convince donors to boost the democrats with his own political fortune continuing to fall to. a new cnn opinion research survey shows just four in ten americans think president obama can manage the federal government effectively. for the first time a majority of americans and a 50% now believe president obama is not honest and trustworthy. an even bigger margin, 56 percent said the president simply does not inspire confidence. well, critics of the president's failing health care plan put their opposition on the road to georgia today. they seek political correspondent carl cameron has our report. >> with lawmakers back, in their district the house governmt oversight committee held a field hearing. what they heard and share in georgia was not pretty. >> 900,000 californians, 130,000 kentucky in a thermal 140,000 minnesotas and for new thousand georans have received cancellation notices. >>
the gunman, paul ciancia said he acted alone. the airport in los angeles, what else are we learning about this young suspects planned? reporter: bill, we learned he is pre-much acting alone. that is when he was arrested at terminal 3 behind me on friday. a disturbing plan that seemingly he only knew about because one of his remit stroked him to the airport to talk about a flight other than the suspects say he had one. they didn't know where he was going to anything at all. his roommate say h they had no idea he would get out of the car and opened fire with intent on killing as many tsa agents as possible. as you might imagine, bill, right now the investigation continues to try to find out if there are any answers as to why or what sets this man off for you to bill: what is his status now? there were gruesome photos floating around the internet. >> he is in critical condition. he is sedated because he is trying to recover from his injuries. he was shot several times, in the phase as well, which is part of the reason why he has not spoken any longer to authorities. he is being watched very
and supporters, they were arrested in downtown los angeles for protesting what they're calling poverty wages. list and monica, i want to talk to you. this issue is coming up a lot. it frustrates me because i think sometimes people put themselves in positions where there are only certain jobs they're qualified for. i don't see where publicly-traded company or private business obligation to pay them more than the market demands. liz: you know, i see both sides of what is going on here, and it's a really bad economy. listen, walmart job is a great job for a person who wants that job, who knows what the job is all about. the idea that it's a grateful-time job for somebody who is unemployed and prior to this, that's the pain of this jobless recovery, right? this is not a grateful-time job. a lot of kids to raise. and heading to college, right? but the other side of it too, walmart does provide benefits. it provides health benefits and 401(k)s to a lot of workers. >> it's a great company to work for, you know? look, there's a lot of pressure. walmart has been under a lot of pressure for a long tim
that a los angeles auto show. dagen: how much, what has been lincoln's problem? the cause look too much like the ford? are they solving that issue? >> they were too much like the ford and differentiating their particularly -- this is a great looking vehicle, not like the escape at all. you get more technology than you'd get in and ask the and the materials used to trend this. i give them credit for going after older buyers. companies don't want to admit that. this goes at younger buyers. the first time luxury-car buyers and if you don't get them you never get them. dagen: talk to me about the phrase because prius is a tricky issue with u.s. selling a luxury vehicle because you don't want to too in expensive in relation to the competition because that smacks of is cheap. >> just the same you can't rebuild your brand going head to head with the competition. this is the kind that has gone up against 39, $40,000 cars, even the acura it x is expensive to get in the door. you can make a less-expensive. it has to be as good or as close to as good as other vehicles or be disappointed. dagen: i unint
help them in any way we can. martha: will carr is live in los angeles, home to the nation's largest filipino community. so, will, what are you hearing there? >> reporter: well, good morning, martha. people are telling us that even though it's been a couple of days, they are still panicking here. that's because there are more than hundreds of thousands of filipinos who live in los angeles, they all live more than 7,000 miles away from all of this devastation. many have not heard anything there their families since the storm hit, since the red cross has come out and said that they've ordered more than 10,000 body bags, many people here are fearing the worst. >> it's driving me crazy, if i may describe it that way, because my wife and my kids are back home. >> as for my family, we haven't heard from them since friday. >> reporter: and we've heard that from family after family over the past couple of days, martha. martha: it is so sad. your heartbreaks for them, and we hope they get some good news, and we know there are so many efforts underway here in the united states to help the peop
. >> reporter: you bet. jon: right now new information on the deadly shooting at los angeles international airport two weeks ago. when gerardo hernandez became the first tsa agent killed in the line of duty. there are report that is it took 33 minutes to get medical attention to him even though he was just 20 feet from an exit. police had the suspect in custody a few minutes after he was shot. according to the new reports paramedics had to wait for police to declare the area safe. a final report on all of this could take months. jenna: a dramatic rescue caught on camera. take a look at this. some good samaritans pulling a woman from her car seconds before it sank into a pond in florida. the car was quickly filling with water as the woman tried to tell 911 dispatchers where she was and what happened. that is when a group with a truck backed into the water around pulled the woman to safety. she calls them her guardian angels. even more importantly with the rescue, she can't swim, jon, they really came in the nick of time. jon: boy, that is a lucky timing, yeah. >>> the search is underway in
and resident scholar at the think tank, third way. with us from los angeles, al jazeera america political contributor michael shore, great to have you back. bill, you said it last night, the democrats are now in full terror over the issues with obamacare. until now, they had shown pretty ruthless party discipline sticking to supporting the president. that cracked right open with president clinton and dick today. >>> that's right. sam yellow johnson once said, the prospect of being hanged concentrates the mind wonderfully. the hanging is next year's mid-term. they are terrified the whole plan is going to fall apart, voters are going to be enraged, insurance premiums will go up. unless something is done to fix this, mary landrieu is next up for re-election. several senators are pushing hard to make changes in this program very quickly. they are putting a lot of administration. >> michael, that was not the ones that were up for reelection next year. you have some liberal senators and congressmen who were th threatened calling for fixes and for something to be done about that obama promise th
't see them. it's staggering and why is that? isn't the district of columbia like los angeles and the rock's? there are certain places where one into african-american men are in the system and our law up or on probation or parole. it seems to me to be such a misguided self-destructive set of policies. >> host: as you know i'm a prosecutor but when i prosecuted there were questions i had. i was never in juvenile but started with misdemeanor. why am i prosecuting a guy that stole deodorant from the cbs? i even have those questions in my mind at least is a woman of color as some of the things were prosecuted as misdemeanors back then, why are we in court because he went back to the deodorant issue of? like the woman in your book, the person who does the on the cob. you also talk about not just a system itself in terms of the actual -- he spoke briefly about it now and the parole system that we love people up and throw away the key. we don't really -- the sentences if you did the crime let them do the time but there are some times that -- so you tell about two persons, to clients
night then live reaction from los angeles on after the game. major league baseball using expanded instant replay starting next season. they're going to go with nfl-style war room in new york. so ultimate decisions will be made by umpires watching all videos. back east, and then, they'll relay the decisions to men in blue working the game on the field for what is covered well, balls and strikes will not be reviewed but lake mrais like this will be. you've got a home run in dispute. managers get two challenges per game. miguel cabrerra hit 348, 44 homers. 137 rbis. he's a hitting machine once again fishishing ahead of mike shroud. pirates outfielder andrew mccutchen garnered 28 of the first-place votes. machine cutchen at 317, 21 homers and led the way. one of the most-popular drivers on indy car circuit calling it quits this, is y three-time winner daro frankini says doctors told him he cannot race because of injuries suffered in this crash last month. the 40-year-old fractured his spine, broke his right ankle and suffered a concussion had that crash. abc7 sports brought to you by
:00 on saturday night then live reaction from los angeles on after the game. major league baseball using expanded instant replay starting next season. they're going to go with nfl-style war room in new york. so ultimate decisions will be made by umpires watching all videos. back east, and then, they'll relay the decisions to men in blue working the game on the field for what is covered well, balls and strikes will not be reviewed but lake mrais like this will be. you've got a home run in dispute. managers get two challenges per game. miguel cabrerra hit 348, 44 homers. 137 rbis. he's a hitting machine once again fishishing ahead of mike shroud. outfielder andrew mccutchen garnered 28 of the first-place votes. machine cutchen at 317, 21 homers and led the way. one of the most-popular drivers on indy car circuit calling it quits this, is y three-time winner daro frankini says doctors told him he cannot race because of injuries suffered in this crash last month. the 40-year-old fractured his spine, broke his right ankle and suffered a concussion had that crash. abc7 sports brought to you by orchard
to take the cashed. but he took the goods. and he never returned. los angeles police are investigating. and now it's your turn to hash it out with us. use #greta on all your tweets and posts. coming up, obamacare shattering a single mother's hopes for affordable insurance. you are going to hear her frustrating story next. okay. let's all go off the record for a minute. look at this. take a close look. do you know what is going on? that is young african-american teenagers viciously and gratuitously attacking a random victim, a teacher in pittsburgh, pennsylvania. now, this violent act is what the teens where this is happening laughingly call the knockout game. this is no game. it's a mean, dangerous and a deadly crime. already, one man hit so-called knockout game. that's murder. it's hard to think it could be worse even more degrading but it might be. lots of other teens know about this knockout game. they have even been interviewed laughing about it laughing like they don't get that this is wrong. instead, acting like it's funny. funny? really? they think it's funny? watch the videos o
of our fox affiliates are covering tonight. fox 11 in los angeles with operation supernava. a year long drug trafficking operation that has led to the arrest of suspected members of the mexican mob. >> charlotte, north carolina, with news billy graham is back in the hospital. the 95-year-old evangelist has a respiratory congestion issue. he has been hospitalized in the past for similar health concerns. >> and this is salive look at st. louis. the big story there tonight, the execution of serial killer joseph paul franklin. the 63-year-old white supremacist targeted blacks and jews in a cross country killing spree from 1977 to 9080. he's the first person to be put to death in that state in nearly three years. that's a live look outside the beltway from special report. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] campbell's homestyle. mmm! this is delicious katie. it's not bad for canned soup, right? pfft! [ laughs ] you nearly had us there. canned soup. [ male announcer ] they just might think it's homemade. try campbell's homestyle soup. [ male announcer ] they just might think it's homemade
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, in other states top providers like cedars-sinai in los angeles,ary vanderbilt in tennessee has been left out, depending on plan you are forced into, you may have to pay out of pocket. >> you know, you are on to something that a lot of folks are missing, the magnitude of this that it is far beyond keeping your doctor, keeping your plan. this is being able to go where you need to go when you are hurting, badly hurting. maybe even dying. that has a multiplier affect that could be devastating ? >> absolutely, this is about real people who will serve real consequences, this is the natural outcome of the law. you cannot increase -- by requiring people who are already sick and eliminates caps to benefits, you increase their cost, and try to force down premium they charge, what is going to get squeezed is the per vice services they provide. neil: we should be grateful no one said if you want your hospital you can keep it. that is one area they have been honest. for now. michael thank you very much. >> any time. neil: all right, what is the deal with government workers and porn? none of the fcc g
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